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362 C. H. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY 

ON THE CARE AND FEEDING 
OF INFANTS AND CHILDREN 



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List of books, magazines and 
pamphlets for mothers, fathers, 
boys and girls, schools, libraries, 
health officers and nurses. 



BUREAU OF CHILD HYGIENE 

NEW JERSEY STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 



362 C. H. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY 

ON THE CARE AND FEEDING 
OF INFANTS AND CHILDREN 



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List of books, magazines and 
pamphlets for mothers, fathers, 
boys and girls, schools, libraries, 
health officers and nurses. 



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The following list of books have been carefully selected, and are espe- 
cially recommended to those who have charge of instructing mothers in 
the proper care and feeding of children, or who have personal supervision 
of infants and children. 

The books indicated with two stars are considered the best books for 
mothers, and those with one star are suggested for additional reading, 
particularly for nurses and Teachers of Child Hygiene. 



Author. 



*Abt., I. A 

Albertry, A. M 

*Clock, R. 

*Coolidge, E. L 

Croy, M. S 

Dennett, R. H 

*Dickinson, M. B 

Fischer, Louis 

**Griffith, J. P. C 

*Grulee, C. G 

*Hart, Mrs. E. V.... 

*Hatfield, M. P 

Hildesheim, O 

Hogan, L. E 

**HoIt, L. E 

*Hutchinson, Woods. 
**Kerley, C. G 

*Leo-Wolf, C. G 

*Lippert, F. E 

Lowry, E. B 

MacCarthy, F. H.... 
Morse, J. L 

Newton, A. B 

Noyes, Mrs. A. B.. . . 
Pritchard, G. E. C... 
Ramsey, W. R 

*Ramsey, W. R 

*Richardson, A. S.... 
*Sadler, W. S 

Sill, E. M 

*Smith, R. M 

Tucker, B. R 

*Tsvedell, Francis 

Yale, L. M., and 

Pollak, G. 
*Young, D. H 



Book. 



Baby's Food 

Truth About the Baby 

Our Baby 

Home Care of Sick Children 

1,000 Things a Mother Should 
Know 

Healthy Baby 

Children Well and Happy 

Health-Care of the Baby 

Food for Young Children, Supt. 
of Documents, Washington, 
D. C 

Care of the Child 

Infant Feeding 

Baby's Ph>^»ical Culture Guide . . 

Acute Con. Diseases of Childhood 

Health of the (^hild 

Diet for Children 

Care and Feeding ot Children... 

We and Our Children 

!>hort Talks with Young Mothers 

Child in Health and Illness 

When to Send for the Doctor and 
What To Do Before the Doctor 
Comes 

Your Baby 

Hygiene for Mother and Child . . . 

Care and Feeding of Children.. 



Mother and Baby 

How I Kept My Baby Well 

The Infant 

Care and Feeding of Infants and 

Children 

Infancy and Childhood 

Better Babies and Their Care. . . 

Mother and Her Child 

The Child 

Babies' First Two Years 

Nervous Children 

How To Take Care of Baby 

Century Book for Mothers 



First Aid to the Child Dutton 



Publisher. 



Saunders 

l.owman & Hanford . 

Appleton 

Appleton 



Putnam 

Macmillan . . 
Phillips-Leroy 
Funk 



Saunders 
Saunders 

Rand 

Englehard 
Stokes . . . 

Bobbs 

Appleton . 
Doubleday 
Putnam . . 
Doran .... 



Lippincott 

Forbes 

Hfirper 

Howard University 

Press 

Lothrop 

Warwick & York 

Longmans 



Lippincott 
Dutton ... 
Stokes . . . 
McClurg . 

Holt 

Houghton 
Badger . . . 

Bobbs 

Century .^ 



Price. 



$1.25 
2.00 
1.25 



771360 



First List. 
[All prices subject to change, and constantly changing.] 



Thase of Hygiene 
Covered. 



The family 

Prenatal hygiene. 
Infant care 



Preschool child 



School hygiene .... 

Child welfare prob* 
lems. 



Community health. 

Sanitation 

Public health nurs- 
ing. 
General reading... 



Author. 

Betts, G. H 

Wheeler, Marianna 

Smith, Dr. Richard 
M., and Mrs. H. 
C. Green. 

West, Mrs. Max... 

Hoag and Terman. 

Mangold 

Porter, Charles .... 

Hill 

Ritcliie and Cald' 

well. 
Gardner 

Chapin, H. D 

Wald, Lillian D.... 

Adams 

Devine 

O'Shea and Kellogg 



Title. 



Fathers & Mothers 

Before the Baby 

Comes. 
The Baby's First 

Two Years. 

Child Care, Part I, 

The Preschool 

Child. 
Health in the 

Schools. 
Problems of Child 

Welfare. 
The Future Citizen 

and his Mother. 
The New Public 

Health. 
Primer of Hj'giene 

Public Health 

Nursing 

Health First 



House on Henry 

Street. 
The Health Master 

Misery and its 

Causes. 
Health Habits .... 



Publisher. 

Bobbs-Merrill, Indi- 
anapolis. 
Harper's, 1900 

Houghton, Mifflin... 
(Revised). 

Children's Bureau, 
Dept. of Labor, 
Washington. D. C. 

Houghton Mifflin. . . . 

Macmillan, 1919 

Houghton Mifflin 

Macmillan 

World Book Co... . 

Macmillan 

Century Co 

Holt 

Houghton Mifflin . . . 

Macmillan 

Macmillan 



Price. 



$2.00 
1.00 

Free 

1.75 
2.00 
1.75 
1.25 

.52 
2.00 
1.50 
2.50 
1.35 
1.25 

.52 



The above are fifteen books, covering a fair range, which should be 
in every library, and which may be considered a nucleus for books on 
hygiene. To these should be added the other publications of the Children's 
Bureau, the United States Public Health Service Bulletins, publications 
of the State Department of Public Health, and two or three good maga- 
zines dealing with current health topics, such as the "American Journal 
of Public Health," 'Tublic Health Nurse," "School Life" (the official 
organ of the United States Bureau of Education, dealing to a considerable 
extent with health matters), and, if you can add another, "Journal of 
Industrial Hygiene." 

If you can make a larger investment in books on hygiene than the 
fifteen named in the first list; the following are suggested. This list 
has been arranged to meet the needs of different groups of people, and 
theiefore includes the books in the first list. 



Second List, 
For the Mother and the Father of the Family. 



Title of Book. 


Author. 


Publisher. 


Price. 


Fathers and Mothers 

Prospective Mother 


Betts, G. H 

Slemons, J. M 

Wheeler, M 

Smith, Richard M. and 

Mrs. H. C. Green. 
Holt, L. E 

Ritchie, John W 

Rose, Mary Swartz . . . 

Kinne and Cooley 

Kinne and Cooley 

Terman, L. M 

Tucker, B. R 


Bobbs-Merrill, 1915 

Appleton, 1912 


10.75 
1.75 


Before the Baby Comes * 


Harper's, 1900 


2.00 


Baby's First Two Years 

Care and Feeding of Children 

Primer of Sanitation 

Feeding the Family , 

Clothing and Health 


Houghton Mifflin 

Appleton 

World Book Co., 1915 

Macmillan 


1.00 

.85 

.50 

1 50 


Macmillan 

Macmillan 

Houghton Mifflin 

Badger, 1916 


.72 


Food and Health 

Hygiene of the School Child.. 
Nervous Children : Preven- 


.72 
2.00 
1.25 


tion and Management. 







For the Teacher. 



Suggestions of Modern Science 
concerning Education (espe- 
cially the lecture by Meyer) 

Posture of School Children . . . 

Mental Hygiene of Childhood 

Healthful Living (based on 
the essentials of physiology 
for high school pupils). 



Jennings, Watson, 
Meyer and Thomas. 

Bancroft , 

White, Wm. A., M.D. 

Williams, Jesse F.... 



Macmillan 

Macmillan 

Little, Brown . . 
Macmillan, 1919 



For the Nurse. 



Outlines of Internal Medicine 
(for Nurses). 

Public Health Nursing 

Hygiene and Sanitation for 

Nurses. 
Essentials of Medicine 

Handbook for School Nurses. 

The School Nurse 

The Industrial Nurse 

The Tuberculosis Nurse 

Oriranization of Public Health 

Nursing. 
History of Nursing (4 vols.) . 

Nursing Problems and Obliga- 
tions, 



Farr 

Gardner 

Price 

Emerson 

Kelly and Bradshaw.. 

Struthers 

Wright 

La Motte 

Brainerd 

Nutting and Dock 

Parsons, Sara E 



Lea & Febiger 

Macmillan 

Lea & Febiger 

Lippincott 

Macmillan 

Putnam's 

Macmillan 

Putnam's 

Macmillan 

Putnam's 

Whitcomb & Barrows. 



Second List — Continued. 
For Boys and Girls. 



Title of Book. 


Author. 


Publisher. 


Price, 


Health Lessons, Books I and 

IL 
Health Habits (and others in 


Davison, Alvin 

O'Shea and Kellogg... 
Ferguson, 11. W 

Millard, C. N 

McCrillis 

Peterson, Mrs. Frede- 
rick. 


American Book Co 

Macmiilan 


$0.52 
.44 

.60 


series). 

Child's Book of the Teeth 
(first of a series of Health 
Readers. Cartoons). 

The Wonderful House that 


World Book Co 

Macmiilan 


Jack Has. 

Milk Fairies (also dramatized 
version). 

Child Health Alphabet 
(ryhmes and tables of nor* 
mal weight). 

Any literature available on 
"Health Crusaders" (includ- 
ing a sheet of Health 
Rules"). 


Mrs. J. McCrillis, 57 Heath 
St., V/inter Hill, Mass. 

Child Health Organization; 
also Metropolitan Life 
Ins. Co., 1918. 

National Tuberculosis Asso- 
ciation, 381 Fourth Ave., 
New York. (If they have 
no booklets, they may 
have posters.) 


.10 
Free 

Free 







For the School Committee and Superintendent. 



Educational Sun^ey of the 
Public Schools of Brockline, 
Mass., (pp. 205-261, provi- 
sions for safeguarding 
health). 

Health and Medical Inspec- 
tion of School Children 
(probably the best bock on 
medical inspection of school 
children). 

Health First ^ (pp. 200, 201, 
program for rural school 
children). 

The Human Factor in Educa- 


Van Sickle, director.. 

Cornell, W. B 

Chapin, H. D 

Monroe, J. P 

Ayres 


School Committee, Brook- 
line, Mass. 

Davis, Philadelphia, 1912.. 
Century Co., 1917 


Free 

$3.00 

1.50 


Macmiilan, 1920 


1.60 


tion (especially chapter 
touching on "Human 
Wastes"). 
Laggards in our Schools 

Medical Inspection of Schools 


Survey Associates 

Survey Associates 


1.50 


Gulick and Ayres 


1.50 


Open Air Crusaders (open- 
air schools; best equip- 
ment; this given in special 
pamphlet also). 

Comparison of Open-air and 
Indoor Classes.^ 

Household Arts and School 


Eliz. McCormick Me- 
morial Fund. 

Johnson, A. I 


Eliz. McCormick Memorial 
Fund, 315 Plymouth Ct., 
Chicago, 111. 

Teachers' College Record. 

19. 352-368, September, 

1918. 
Russell Sage 


Free 
Free 


Bou^hton . . 


.25 


Lunches. 
The Feeding of School Chil- 


Bulkley, M. E 


G. Bell & Sons, London... 


1.25 


dren. 
Eutlienios: The Science of 
Controllable Environment. 


Richards, Ellen H 


Whitcomb and Barrows . . . 


1.00 



^ This book listed also under "Books for Everybody." 

2 This is not a book, but seems worth while to mention here. 

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Second List — Continued 
For Everybody. 



Title of Book. 

The Health Master (very- 
good; interesting). 

Health First (the fine art of 
living) . 

The Modern Milk Problem... 

The Newer Knowledge ot 
Nutrition. 

The Nursing Mother as a 
Factor of Safety in the 
Nutrition of the Young. 

Problems of Child Welfare. . . 

The New Public Health 

Misery and its Causes 

The House on Henry Street. . 

Industrial Medicine and Sur- 
gery (excellent; charts, 
medical inspection, etc.). 

American Public Health Pro- 
tection. 

A Layman's Handbook of 
Medicine. 

The Future Citizen and his 
Mother (an English book; 
well written; preface espe- 
cially good). 

Principles of Sanitary Science 
and Public Health (sanita- 
tion). 

Psychology of Insanity (brief, 
concise, clear; good basis 
for study pf mental 
hygiene). 

Nervousness : Its causes, 
treatment and prevention 
(No. 5 in the Mind and 
Health Series). 

What is Malnutrition? 

Poverty and Riches 

Races and Immigrants in 

America. 
How to Live 

First Aid in the Home 

High Road to Health 

Personal Hygiene 



Author. 

Adams 

Chapin 

MacNutt 

McCollum, E. V 

McCollum, E. v., and 

Simmonds, N. 

Mangold 

Hill 

Devine 

Wald 

Mock 

Hemenway 

Cabot, Richard 

Porter, Charles 

Sedgwick 

Hart, Bernard 

Emerson, L. E 

Roberts 

Nearing, 1916 

Commons, 1915 

Fisher and Fisk, 1917 

Lynch 

Kelly, James E 

Pyle 



Publisher. 

Houghton Mifflin 

Century Co., 1917 

Macmillan 

Macmillan 

Reprinted from American 
Journal of Physiology, 
1918, Vol. 46, pp. 275-313. 

Macmillan, 1919 

Macmillan 

Macmillan 

Henry Holt 

W. B. Saunders Co., 1919.. 

Bobbs-Merrill Co 

Houghton Mifflin 

Houghton Mifflin 

Macmillan 

G. P. Putnam's, 1919 

Little, Brown 

Children's Bureau , 

Winston 

Macmillan 

Funk & Wagnalls 

Met. Life Ins. Co 

Dodd, Mead & Co , 

W. B. Saunders 



Second List — Concluded. 
Additional, for Social Workers especially. 



Title of Book. 



Social Work (relationship of 

doctor and social worker). 

Social Insurance 



The Normal Family ^ 



Infant Mortality: Its Rela- 
tion to Social and Indus- 
trial Conditions, 1916. 



Author. 



Cabot 

Rubinow 

Byington, Margaret F 

Hibbs, Henry, Jr 



Publisher. 



Price. 



Houghton Mifflin 

Henry Holt & Co., 1916... 

The Annals of the Ameri- 
can Academy of Political 
and Social Science, May, 
1918, pp. 13-27. 

Russell Sage 



11.50 
3-00 



* May have been reprinted. 

The following are Children's Bureau publications which you should 
have. (Children's Bureau, Department of Labor, Washington, D. C. 
Miss Julia Lathroy, Chief.) These pamphlets can be obtained free of 
charge while the available supply lasts ; after that, from the Superintendent 
of Documents, Washington, D. C, for a small sum. 

Annual Reports (fiscal year ends June 30). 
Care of Children Series. 

No. 1. Prenatal Care. Mrs. Max West. 1915. Bureau Publication No. 4. 

No. 2. Infant Care. Mrs. Max West. 1914. Bureau Publication No. 8. 

No. 3. Child Care, Part I. The Preschool Age. Mrs. Max West. 1918. Bureau 
Publication No. 30. 

No. 4. Milk. The Indispensable Food for Children. Dorothy Reed Mendenhall, M.D. 
1918. Bureau Publication No. 35. 
Dependent, Defective and Delinquent Classes Series. 

No. 7. Mental Defect in a Rural County: A Medico-Psychologrical and Social Study 
of Mentally Defective Children in Sussex County, Del. Walter L. Tread- 
way, and Emma O. Lundberg. 1918. Bureau Publication No. 48. 
Infant Mortality Series. 

No. 1. Baby-Saving Campaigns: A Preliminary Report on what American Cities 
are doing to prevent Infant Mortality. 1914. Bureau Publication No. 3. 
(Supply exhausted at Children's Bureau. May be purchased from Super- 
intendent of Documents at 15 cents each.) 

No. 2. New Zealand Society for the Health of Women and Children: An Example 
of Methods of Baby-Saving Work in Small Towns and Rural Districts. 
1914. Bureau Publication No. 6. 

No. 5. A Tabular Statement of Infant-Welfare Work by Public and Private Agencies 
in the United States. Etta R. Goodwin. 1916. Bureau Publication No. 16. 

Nos. 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9 of this series comprise reports on field studies of infant mor- 
tality (based on births in one year) for cities of Montclair, N. J.; Man- 
chester, N. H.; Waterbury, Conn.; Brockton, Mass., and Saginaw, Mich., 
respectively. 



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Industrial Series. 

No. 1. Child-Labor Legislation in the United States. Helen L. Sumner and Ella 
A. Merritt. 1915. Bureau Publication No. 10. (Bureau supply of complete 
volume — 1131 pajfes — exhausted, but reprints can be obtained of separate 
parts, as follows: Analytical Tables (475 pages, 2 charts). Separate No. 
1; Text of Laws for Each State, Separates Nos. 2-54; Text of Federal 
Child-Labor Laws, Separate No. 55.) 

No. 2. Administration of Child-Labor Laws. Three Parts (Employment-Certificate 
System in Various States) : Part I, Sumner and Hanks. 1915. Bureau 
Publication No. 12. Part II, Sumner and Hanks. 1917. Bureau Publica- 
tion No. 17. Part III. Bird and Merritt. 1919. Bureau Publication No. 41. 

No. 3. List of References on Child Labor. 1916. Bureau Publication No. 18. 

Rural Child-Welfare Series. 

No. 1. Maternity and Infant Care in a Rural County in Kansas. Elizabeth Moore. 
1917. Bureau Publication No. 26. 

No. 2. Rural Children in Selected Counties of North Carolina. Frances Sage Brad- 
ley, M.D., and Margaretta A. Williamson. 1918. Bureau Publication No. 33. 

No. 8. Maternity Care and the Welfare of Young Children in a Homesteading 
County in Montana. Viola I. Paridise. 1919. Bureau Publication No. 34. 
(This pamphlet has complete list, up to that date, of publications of Chil- 
dren's Bureau on indices cover pages.) 

No. 4. Maternity and Infant Care in Two Rural Counties in Wisconsin. Sherbon 
and Moore. 1919. Bureau Publication No. 46. 

Miscellaneous Series. 

No. 1. The Children's Bureau. Circular containing text of law establishing Bureau 

and outline of plans for immediate work. 1912. Bureau Publication No. 

1. (This is out of print.) 
No. 2. Birth Registration. An aid in protecting the lives and rights of children. 

1914. Bureau Publication No. 2. 
No. 4. Child-Welfare Exhibits. Types and preparation. A. L. Strong. 1915. Bureau 

Publication No. 14. 
No. 5. Baby-Week Campaigns (revised edition). 1917. Bureau Publication No. 15. 
No. 6. Maternal Mortality from All Conditions connected with Childbirth in the 

United States and Certain Other Countries. Grac^ L. Meigs, M.D. 1917. 

Bureau Publication No. 19. 
No. 7. Summary of Child-Welfare Laws passed in 1916. 1917. Bureau Publication 

No. 21. 
No. 9. How to Conduct a Children's Health Conference. Bradley and Sherborn. 

1917. Bureau Publication No. 23. 
No. 12. An Outline for a Birth-Registration Test. 1919. Bureau Publication No. 54. 

Children's Year Leaflets. 

Miscellaneous Series — Concluded. 

No. 1. Children's Year, April 6, 1918, to April 6, 1919. 1918. Bureau Publication 
No. 36. 

No. 5. Children's Health Centers. 1918. Bureau Publication No. 45. 

No. 6. The Public Health Nurse: How she helps to keep the Babies well. 1918. 
Bureau Publication No. 49. 

No. 7 and No. 8. Back-to-School Drive (No. 8, Suggestions to Local Com- 
mittee). 1918. Bureau Publications Nos. 49 and 50, respectively. 

No. 10. Advising Children in their Choice of Occupation, and Supervising the Work- 
ing Child. 1919. Bureau Publication No. 53. 

No. 11. The Visiting Teacher. 1919. Bureau Publication No. 66. 



Child Labor Division Series. 

No. 1. August 14, 1917. Rules and Regulations for carrying out Provisions of 

United States Child-Labor Act (includes text of act). 
No. 2. June 80, 1918. Decision of the United States Supreme Court as to Constitu- 
tionality of the Federal Child-Labor Law of September 1, 1916. 
Children's Year Follow-up Series. 

No. 1. What is Malnutrition? Hundreds of Thousands of American Children are 

undernourished. Lydia Roberts. 1919. Bureau Publication No. 59. 
No. 2. Save the Youngest. Seven charts on Maternal and Infartt Mortality, with 

explanatory comment. 1919. Bureau Publication No. 61. 
Legal Series. 

No. 2. Illegitimacy Laws of United States. E. Freund. 1919. Bureau Publication 

No. 42. 
No. 3. Maternity Benefit Systems in Certain Foreign Countries. Henry J. Harris. 

1919. Bureau Publication No. 57. 
No. 4. Laws relating to Mothers' Pensions in United States, Canada, Denmark, and 

New Zealand. Compiled by L. A. Thompson. 1919. Bureau Publication 

No. 63. 
Conference Series. 

No. 1. Standards of Child Welfare. A report of the Children's Bureau Conferences, 

May and June, 1919. Bureau Publication No. 60. 

The following are pamphlet publications of the Bureau of Education, 
Washington, D. C, which have a bearing on health, and which should 
be included: — 



Title. 


Author. 


Bulletin No. 


Reference. 


The Teaching of Com- 


Barnard, Car- 


1915, No. 23... 


Pp. 20, 21. Suggested treat- 


munity Civics. 


rier, Dunn 




ment of the elements of wel- 




and Kingsley. 




fare. Topic I, Health. 


School Hygiene 


Ryan, W. Car- 


1913, No. 48... 


Report of the Fourth Interna- 




son, Jr. 




tional Congress on School 
Hygiene at Buffalo, N. Y., 
Aug. 25-30, 1918. 


Cardinal Principles of 


Kingsley, C. D., 


1918, No. 35... 


Report of Commission on Re- 


Secondary Educa- 


Chairman of 




organization of Secondary 


tion. 


Commission. 




Education, appointed by Na- 
tional Educational Associa- 
tion. Page 11 gives Health 
as the first objective. 


Organized Health 


Hoag, E. Bm 


1913, No. 44... 


Bibliography, charts, school 


Work in Schools. 


M.D. 




nurse, etc.; and account of 
school hygiene in Minneapo- 
lis. 
Organized health work in 


List of Publications of 





Inside cover 


Bureau of Educa- 




page of 1913, 


schools. 


tion, 1912 and 1913. 




No. 44. 




Bibliography of Medi- 


— — — 


1913, No. 16... 


— — — 


cal Inspection and 








Health wSupervision. 








Sanitary Schoolhouses . 


— — — 


1913, No. 52.. 


Legal requirements in Indiana 
and Ohio. 


The Health of School 


Compiled by W. 


1915, No. 4 


Contributions from American 


Children. 


H. Heck. 




Medical Journals, Julv, 1913, 
to July, 1914. Page 47 treats 
of Squint. 



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The Framingham (Mass.) Community Health and Tuberculosis 
Demonstration of the National Tuberculosis Association, Donald B. Arm- 
strong, M.D., executive officer, has issued a series of monographs and 
other literature which it would be well to have on file. 



Framingham, Mass., Com- 
munity Health Station, 
Framing-ham Health Dem- 



Monograph : 

No. 1, The Program, April, 1918, 

No. 2, The Sickness Census, June, 1918, . . . 

No. 3, Vital Statistics, August, 1918, 

No. 4, Medical Examination Campaigns, November, 1918, ^-"--""te"*- 
VT . rr- r_ 1 • T^ • T >, 1, , ^ , ^ onstratiOH 

No. 5, Tuberculosis Findings, March, 1919, . . .1 

Diagnostic Standards: Pulmonary Tuberculosis; Tuberculous Cervical Adenitis. Third 

edition, September, 1918. Framingham Health Demonstration. 
What has the Demonstration done? Shall it be continued? October, 1919. Report 
of the committee on appraisal. 
Health Administration in cities of Less than Twenty Thousand Population. D. B. Arm- 
strong, M.D. Reprint from Journal of American Medical Association, November 2, 
1918, Vol. 71, pp. 1458-1462. ^ 
Civilian Tul3erculosis Control following War Conditions. D. B. Armstrong, M.D. Reprint 
from American Journal of Public Health, Vol. VHI, No. 12, Dec., 1918, pp. 897-903. ^ 

Memoranda for Reference of Names and Addresses of Book Companies and 
Other Organizations getting out Books on Health Topics, and the 
General Line of Books issued on Health Matters, 



Macmillan Co., 64 Fifth Ave- 
nue, New York. 



Houghton Mifflin & Co., 4 Park 
Street, Boston, Mass. 



American Book Co., . 
World Book Co., 

National Conference of Social 
Work, 315 Plymouth Ct., 
Chicago, III. 



Good Health Series of School Readers by O'Shea and 
Kellogg (4 vols, issued). 

Rural Science Series: Rural Hygiene, by Ogden. 

Posture of the School Child, by Bancroft. 

Series of Public Health Nursing Handbooks, Mary S. 
Gardner, General Editor. 

Other books on health subjects generally (Hill: The New 
Public Health, etc. See their catalogue under 
"Hygiene.") 

In Riverside Textbooks in Education Series, some books 
on Hygiene and Health Education in Schools (mainly 
by Terman, Hoag and Terman, and Andress, J. M.). 

A number of medical books, books on hygiene of body and 
of mind, medical research and human welfare. (See 
under "Hygiene" and "Medical Books" in classified in- 
dex of their 1919 catalogue.) 

A series of Health Lessons, by Alvin Davison. 

A series of primers on Care of Teeth, Sanitation, etc., by 
various authors. 

Write for their check list. There are a considerable num- 
ber of pamphlets on health topics. 

Write for Health reports, addresses, discussions of Forty- 
fourth Annual Meeting of National Conference of Social 
Work, Pittsburgh, Pa., June 6-13, 1917. Contains dis- 
cussion of public health, public health nurse, infant 
mortality, economy in diet, etc. 

^ May be obtained from Framingham Health Station. 



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Whitcomb & Barrows, Hunt- 
ington Chambers, Boston, 
Mass. 



Russell Sage Foundation, 130 
East 22d St., New York. 



Survey Associates, 105 East 

22d St., New York. 
Health Education Committee, 

553 Little Bldg., Boston, 



National Organization for 
Public Health Nursing Pub- 
lications, 156 Fifth Ave., 
New York. 

Metropolitan Life Insurance 
Co., New York. 



National Industrial Confer- 
ence Board, 15 Beacon St., 
Boston, Mass. 

Massacliusetts Department of 
Public Health. 



United States Public Health 
Service. 



Specialize in books on nursing and home economics. 

They have a combination for $5 (at present, February, 
1920): Wright's Industrial Nursing, net, |1.25; Hill's 
Cook Book for Nurses, 75 cents; Hawes' Observation 
of Symptoms, $1 ; Mackenzie, Standard Surgical Dress- 
ings, 30 cents; Stern & Spitz, Food for the Worker, $1; 
and Talbot, House Sanitation, 80 cents, which they 
recommend to any industry, and it seems a very good 
selection. 

They publish books on nursing and diet for invalids, oc- 
cupation for invalids, books on cost of food, shelter, 
cleanness, food, etc. 

Catalogue of Publications, 1919. 

Monographs; surveys; investigations on Child Labor, 
Child-placing, Health in the Schools, Trades and 
Workers, Community Centers, Cost of Living, School 
Buildings and Equipment, etc. 

Catalogue also has list of lantern slides available for 
lectures (some on health topics). 

Bibliographies (as No. 30, August, 1918, books on Child 
Welfare in War Time). 

Write for Catalogue. Publishes books for Russell Sage 
Foundation. 

Write to them concerning health legislation. 



Various pamphlets on health problems. — public health, 
health of mothers and children, diet lists, etc. 



Issue numerous health pamphlets. — All About Milk, First 
Aid in the Home, Food Facts, Teeth, Tonsils and 
Adenoids, etc. 

Circulars on contagious diseases, — measles, scarlet fever, 
etc. 

Mortality Statistics (including Mortality Statistics of 
Insured Wage Earners and Their Families, by Louis I. 
Dublin, 1911-16. Published, 1919, by M. L. I. Co.). 

Publish reports and statistical data relative to loss of 
time in industry due to sickness and other causes. 
(When investigation is finished.) 

Write to the State Department for its published literature 
(The Baby and You, diet lists and pamphlets, etc.) ; 
for bulletin of publications; for information concern- 
ing health legislation and proposed legislation; for 
available lectures, slides and moving-picture films; for 
its regular bulletin "The Commonhealth" ; for informa- 
tion concerning contagious or in any way communicable 
diseases; for advice on any problem of health or 
sanitation. 

Write for their Keep Well Series of pamphlets; for their 
Lectures on Social Hygiene for Nurses, 1919; for their 
regular bulletins on various phases of public health. 



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Lea & Febiger, 706 Sansom 
St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



D. C. Heath & Co., Beacon St., 
Boston, Mass. 



Little, Brown & Co., 34 Bea- 
con St., Boston, Mass. 



D. Appleton & Co., 29 West 
32d St., New York. 



J. B. Lippincott Co., 227 So. 

6th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C. V. Mosby Co., Metropolitan 

Building, St. Louis, Mo. 
G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2 West 

45th St., New York. 



W. B. Saunders Co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Dodd, Mead & Co., New York. 



They publish a Nurses' Text-Book Series, including 
Parker's Materia Medica,' Farr's Outlines of Internal 
Medicine, Bacon's Obstetrical Nursing, Fox's Bacteriol- 
ogy, Price's Hygiene and Sanitation, Amoss's Chem- 
istry and Chemical Urinalysis, etc., and they have new 
books in preparation (including Eckman's Dietetics for 
Nurses and Foley's Public Health Nursing. Joslin's 
Diabetic Manual is also in preparation). 

They publish also Mouth Hygiene, a course of instruction 
for dental hygienists, a textbook compiled by Alfred 
C. Fones, D.D.S., of Bridgeport, Conn., where he has 
done special work in the public schools in mouth 
hygiene. 

They publish also a Manual of Practical Hygiene for 
students, physicians and health oflBcers, by Harrington, 
revised by Mark Wyman Richardson, M.D., and other 
books on sanitation, communicable diseases, etc. 

Their textbooks include texts on civics, economics, so- 
ciology and on physical training; also school texts on 
physiology and hygiene, and one on home and com- 
munity hygiene (Brown). 

They publish many books on cookery, on home economics 
in general, and domestic science for schools. 

They publish a Mind and Health series, which is very 
good. Teachers and nurses should be familiar with 
this series. 

They publish books on nursing, health, hygiene, first aid 
and household affairs. They publish Florence Nightin- 
gale's Notes on Nursing; Rosenau's Preventive Medi- 
cine and Hygiene; Doty's Good Health — How to Get 
It — How to Keep It; Holt's Care and Feeding of Chil- 
dren; Coolidge's Home Care of Sick Children; Burks 
and Burks' Health and the School; etc. 

This company publishes nursing textbooks and books of 
interest to nurses. 

Publishers of nursing books. 

Publishers of Cambridge (Eng.) Public Health Series 
(Cambridge University Press); medical books; and 
books on nursing (including Nutting and Dock's His- 
tory of Nursing in 4 volumes, LaMotte's Tuberculosis 
Nurse, Pope's Medical Dictionary for Nurses, Struther's 
School Nurse, etc.). 

Pyle's Personal Hygiene and books on nursing. 

Kelly's High Road to Health. 



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The town library should subscribe to at least one magazine on public 
health matters, and it should have several to which the public health 
nurse, the doctor and everybody else can refer. We suggest the following: 

Magazines and Current Publications, 

The Public Health Nurse (monthly). National Organization for Public Health Nursing, 
2157 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. |2 per year. 

The American Journal of Nursing (monthly). American Journal of Nursing Company, 
19 West Main St., Rochester, N. Y. |2 per year. 

The Journal of Industrial Hygiene (and abstract of the literature) (monthly). Journal of 
Industrial Hygiene, The Macmillan Company, 64-68 Fifth Ave., New York. $5 
per year. 

School Life. This magazine is most valuable. It is a teacher of health. You should not 
fail to subscribe for it. United States Bureau of Education. 50 cents per year. 

American Journal of Public Health. This is the journal of the American Public Health 
Association. Most valuable. 169 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, Mass. |4 per year. 

Mental Hygiene. This magazine as well as the bulletins of the National Committee for 
Mental Hygiene (same address), contains many articles which should be of interest 
to teachers especially, and also to nurses. 50 Union Sq., New York. %2 per year. 

Journal of Outdoor Life. Not specially a health magazine, or to take the place of any 
of the above, but tends to make outdoor life and healthy activity attractive. 289 
Fourth Ave., New York. 

[Reprinted from Bibliography in The Commonwealth, Massachusetts Department of 
Public Health Monthly Bulletin.] 



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No. LIST OF PUBLICATIONS 

1 A Nutrition Clinic in a Public School, by William R. P. 

Emerson, M.D. 

2 Nutrition Clinics and Classes^ Their Organization and 

Conduct, by William R. P. Emerson, M.D. 

3 Record Book for Measured Feeding^ by William R. P. Emerson, 

M.D. Price 25 cents, $16.00 a hundred. 

4 Weight Chart for Children in the Home. 

5 Weight Chart for Use in Nutrition Classes. 

6 Standardized Physical Examinations, by William R. P. Emer- 

son, M.D 

7 Defective Nutrition and Growth; A Selected Bibliography by 

Frank A. Manny. 

8 The Physical and Mental Defects of So-Called Well 

Children, by William R. P. Emerson, M.DJ^": nC-AflY C? Tr^E 

9 Food and Malnutrition. 

10 General Hygiene AND Malnutrition. ov^L i 4 ii^OI 

1 1 Fatigue and Malnutrition. 

12 Practical Psychology AND Malnutrition. •-^'«*-*^^ -^ Lw-h.. 
*13 Obesity in Children. 

*14 Practical Mental Examinations for Growing Children. 
*15 The Nutrition Worker. 
*16 Economic Aspects of Malnutrition. 
17 Malnutrition in Children; Report of a Clinic by William R, 
P. Emerson, M.D. 

* In preparation. 

With the exception of Number 3, the publications are furnished at the 
price of ten cents for a single copy, postage not included. Special rates 
will be made for quantities of one hundred or more. 

^->ra-:sR Abo\^ Publication-^ 
44 DwiGHT St., Boston, 
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